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Reel: B-2
Ballou, Maturin Murray.

The Turkish spies Ali Abubeker Kaled and Zenobia Marrita Mustapha: or, The Mohammedan prophet of 1854.

Baltimore, A.R. Orton. 1855

Wright bibliography number 208; by Lieutenant Murray [pseud.].



Reel: B-6
Balmer, Edwin.

The achievements of Luther Trant.

Boston, Small, Maynard. c1910

Wright bibliography number 66; by Edwin Balmer, William MacHarg; illustrated by William Oberhardt.



Reel: 7
Balmer, Edwin.

Waylaid by wireless. A suspicion, a warning, a sporting proposition, and a transatlantic pursuit.

Boston, Small, Maynard. [1909]

Wright bibliography number 67; illustrated by Edmund Frederick.



Reel: 7
Balmer, Helen Clark.

Bellevue sketches and others.

Chicago, Press of Hollister brothers. [c1901]

Wright bibliography number 109.



Reel: 11
Bancroft, Alberta.

Royal rogues.

New York, G.P. Putnam's Sons. 1901

Wright bibliography number 6; ill. by Louis Betts.



Reel: 1
Bancroft, Alberta.

Royal Rogues.

New York; London, G.P. Putnam's sons. 1901

Wright bibliography number 110; illustrated by L. Betts.



Reel: 11
Bandelier, Adolph Francis Alphonse.

The delight makers.

New York, Dodd, Mead and Co. [c1890]

Wright bibliography number 164.



Reel: B-10
Banfield, Agnes Houghton.

Under blue skies, and other stories.

Philadelphia, Printed for the Author by International Printing Co. [c1900]

Wright bibliography number 265.



Reel: B-11
Bang, Theodore [pseud.].

The mysteries of Papermill Village.

Papermill Village, N.H., W. Tufts, Jr. 1845

Wright bibliography number 257.



Reel: B-2
Bangs, Charlotte Rebecca (Woglom).

Wrongs to right.

New York, H.B. Lounsbury. 1892

Wright bibliography number 266.


Bangs, Ella Matthews.

The king's mark. A story of early Portland.

Bangs. Boston, C.M. Clark Pub. Co. 1908

Wright bibliography number 68.



Reel: 7
Bangs, John Kendrick.

The booming of Acre Hill, and other reminiscences of urban and suburban life.

New York and London, Harper & Bros. 1900

Wright bibliography number 267.



Reel: B-11
Bangs, John Kendrick.

Coffee and repartee.

New York, Harper & Bros. c1893

Wright bibliography number 268.



Reel: B-11
Bangs, John Kendrick.

The dreamers; a club.

New York and London, Harper & Bros. 1899

Wright bibliography number 269.



Reel: B-11
Bangs, John Kendrick.

The enchanted typewriter.

New York and London, Harper & Bros. 1899

Wright bibliography number 270.



Reel: B-11
Bangs, John Kendrick.

Ghosts I have met and some others.

New York and London, Harper & Bros. 1898

Wright bibliography number 271.



Reel: B-11
Bangs, John Kendrick.

A house-boat on the Styx.

New York, Harper. 1896

Wright bibliography number 272.



Reel: B-11
Bangs, John Kendrick.

The idiot.

New York, Harper & Bros. 1895

Wright bibliography number 273.



Reel: B-11
Bangs, John Kendrick.

The Idiot at home.

New York and London, Harper & Bros. 1900

Wright bibliography number 274.



Reel: B-11
Bangs, John Kendrick.

Mr. Bonaparte of Corsica.

New York, Harper & Bros. 1895

Wright bibliography number 275.



Reel: B-12
Bangs, John Kendrick.

New waggings of old tales. By two wags.

Boston, Ticknor and Co. 1888

Wright bibliography number 276.



Reel: B-12
Bangs, John Kendrick.

Paste jewels, being seven tales of domestic woe.

New York and London, Harper & Bros. 1897

Wright bibliography number 277.



Reel: B-12
Bangs, John Kendrick.

Peeps at people, being certain papers from the writings of Anne Warrington Witherup [pseud.].

New York and London, Harper & Bros. 1899

Wright bibliography number 278.



Reel: B-12
Bangs, John Kendrick.

The pursuit of the house-boat.

New York, Harper & Bros. 1897

Wright bibliography number 279.



Reel: B-12
Bangs, John Kendrick.

A rebellious heroine.

New York, Harper & Bros. 1896

Wright bibliography number 280.



Reel: B-12
Bangs, John Kendrick.

Roger Camerden.

New York, G.J. Coombes. 1887

Wright bibliography number 281.



Reel: B-12
Bangs, John Kendrick.

Three weeks in politics.

New York, Harper and Bros. 1894

Wright bibliography number 282.



Reel: B-12
Bangs, John Kendrick.

Toppleton's client; or, A spirit in exile.

New York, C.L. Webster & Co. 1893

Wright bibliography number 283.



Reel: B-12
Bangs, John Kendrick.

The water ghost and others.

New York, Harper & Bros. 1894

Wright bibliography number 284.



Reel: B-12
Banister, Corrilla.

I'm a brick. A congress of Reeligions.

Boston, Banner of light pub. Co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 119.



Reel: 12
Banks, Charles Eugene.

In Hampton roads; by Charles Eugene Banks and George Cram Cook.

Chicago and New York, Rand, McNally & Co. [1899]

Wright bibliography number 285.



Reel: B-13
Banks, Elizabeth L.

The autobiography of a "newspaper girl.".

New York, Dodd, Mead & co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 120.



Reel: 12
Banks, Elizabeth L.

The mystery of Frances Farrington.

New York, [s.n.]. 1909

Wright bibliography number 71.



Reel: 8
Banks, John Kendrick.

The autobiography of Methuselah.

New York, B.W. Dodge. 1909

Wright bibliography number 69; ed. by John Kendrick Bangs; illustrated in color by F.G. Cooper.



Reel: 8
Banks, John Kendrick.

Bikey and skicycle: and other tales of Jimmie-boy.

New York, Riggs pub. Co. 1902

Wright bibliography number 111; illustrated by Peter Newell.



Reel: 1
Banks, John Kendrick.

Emblemland.

New York, R.H. Russell. 1902

Wright bibliography number 112; John Kendrick Bangs, Charles Raymond Macauley.



Reel: 1
Banks, John Kendrick.

The inventions of the idiot.

New York; London, Harper & brothers. 1904

Wright bibliography number 113.



Reel: 11
Banks, John Kendrick.

Mollie and the unwiseman.

Philadelphia, H.T. Coates & co. [1902]

Wright bibliography number 114; illustrations by Albert Levering and Clare Victor Dwiggins.



Reel: 11
Banks, John Kendrick.

Mr. Munchausen: being a true account of some of the recent adventures beyond the Styx of the late Hieronymous Carl Friedrich, sometime Baron Munchausen of Bodenwerder.

Boston, Noyes, Platt & co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 115; embellished drawings by Peter Newell.



Reel: 11
Banks, John Kendrick.

Mrs. Raffles: being the adventures of an amateur crackswoman. Narrated by Bunny.

New York; London, Harper & brothers. 1905

Wright bibliography number 116; ed. by John Kendrick Bangs; illustrated by Albert Levering.



Reel: 11
Banks, John Kendrick.

Olympian nights.

New York; London, Harper & brothers. 1902

Wright bibliography number 117.



Reel: 11
Banks, John Kendrick.

Over the plum-pudding.

New York; London, Harper & brothers. 1901

Wright bibliography number 118.



Reel: 11
Banks, John Kendrick.

R. Holmes & co.: being the remarkable adventures of Raffles Holmes, esq., detective and amateur cracksman by birth.

New York, Harper & Brothers. 1906

Wright bibliography number 70; illustrated by Sydney Adamson.



Reel: 8
Banks, Mary Ross.

Bright days in the old plantation time.

Boston, Lee and Shepard. 1882

Wright bibliography number 286.



Reel: B-13
Banks, Mrs. Nancy Huston.

The little hills.

New York; London, The Macmillan company. 1905

Wright bibliography number 121.



Reel: 12
Banks, Mrs. Nancy Huston.

Oldfield. A Kentucky tale of the last century.

New York; London, The Macmillan company. 1902

Wright bibliography number 122.



Reel: 12
Banks, Mrs. Nancy Huston.

Round Anvil Rock. A romance.

New York, The Macmillan company; London, Macmillan & co., ltd. 1903

Wright bibliography number 123.



Reel: 12
[Banta], Adele Weber.

The fortunes of the Van der Bergs.

New York, J.S. Ogilvie publishing company. [1902]

Wright bibliography number 124.



Reel: 12
Banvard, Joseph.

Priscilla; or, Trials for the truth.

Boston, Heath and Graves. 1854

Wright bibliography number 209.



Reel: B-6
Bar, M. Ro. [pseud.].

Mary the maniac; or, The mother her own victim.

New York, Nafis & Cornish. 1843

Wright bibliography number 258; by M. Ro. Bar-(Lev.) [pseud.].



Reel: B-2
Barbe, Waitman.

In the Virginias: stories and sketches.

Akron, Werner Co. 1896

Wright bibliography number 287.



Reel: B-13
Barber, Eli.

Home memories.

Boston, E.G. Badger. 1908

Wright bibliography number 72.



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[Barber, Harriet Boomer].

Drafted in: a sequel to The bread-winners.

New York, Bliss Pub. Co. [c1888]

Wright bibliography number 288; by Faith Templeton [pseud.].



Reel: B-13
[Barber, Harriet Boomer].

Wrecked, but not lost.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott & Co. 1880

Wright bibliography number 289; by Faith Templeton [pseud.].



Reel: B-13
[Barber, Joseph].

War letters of a disbanded volunteer, embracing her experiences as Honest Old Abe's bosom friend and unofficial adviser.

New York, F.A. Brady. 1864

Wright bibliography number 210.



Reel: B-6
Barber, Marcin.

Britz, of headquarters.

New York, Moffat, Yard. 1910

Wright bibliography number 73.



Reel: 8
Barbour, A[nna] Maynard.

Told in the Rockies.

Chicago and New York, Rand, McNally & Co. [c1897]

Wright bibliography number 290.



Reel: B-13
Barbour, Anne Maynard, pseud.

At the time appointed.

Philadelphia; London, J.B. Lippincott co. 1903

Wright bibliography number 125; with a frontispiece by J.N. Marchand.



Reel: 12
Barbour, Anne Maynard, pseud.

The award of justice; or, Told in the Rockies. A poem picture of the West.

Chicago; New York, Rand, McNally & company. [c1901]

Wright bibliography number 126.



Reel: 12
Barbour, Anne Maynard, pseud.

Breakers ahead.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott. 1906

Wright bibliography number 74; with frontispiece by James L. Wood.



Reel: 8
Barbour, Anne Maynard, pseud.

That Mainwaring affairs.

Philadelphia; London, J.B. Lippincott Co. 1901

Wright bibliography number 127; illustrated by E. Plaisted Abbott; [7th ed.].



Reel: 12
Barbour, Ralph Henry.

The golden heart.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott. 1910

Wright bibliography number 75; with ill. in color by Clarence F. Underwood and decorations by Edward Stratton Holloway.



Reel: 8
Barbour, Ralph Henry.

Holly, the romance of a southern girl.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott. 1907

Wright bibliography number 76; With ill. by Edwin F. Bayha.



Reel: 8
Barbour, Ralph Henry.

Kitty of the roses.

Philadelphia; London, J.B. Lippincott company. 1904

Wright bibliography number 128; with illustrations of Frederic J. von Rapp.



Reel: 12
Barbour, Ralph Henry.

The land of joy. [A novel].

New York, Doubleday, Page & company. 1903

Wright bibliography number 129.



Reel: 13
Barbour, Ralph Henry.

The lilac girl.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott. 1909

Wright bibliography number 77; with ill. in color by Clarence F. Underwood and decorations by Edward Stratton Holloway.



Reel: 8
Barbour, Ralph Henry.

The maid in Arcady.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott. 1906

Wright bibliography number 78; with ill. by Frederic J. von Rapp.



Reel: 8
Barbour, Ralph Henry.

My lady of the fog.

Philadelphia, J.B. Lippincott. 1908

Wright bibliography number 79; with twelve ill. by Clarence F. Underwood and decorations by Edward Stratton Holloway.



Reel: 9
Barbour, Ralph Henry.

An orchard princess.

Philadelphia; London, J.B. Lippincott company. 1905

Wright bibliography number 130; with illustrations by James Montgomery Flagg.



Reel: 13
Barbour, Ralph Henry.

Phyllis in Bohemia.

See Bickford, L[uther] H.
Barbour, Sarah G.

Spiders and rice pudding.

New York, The authors' Pub. Co. [c1879]

Wright bibliography number 291.



Reel: B-13
[Barclay, Cornelia S.].

Mrs. Singleton.

New York, The Authors' Pub. Co. [c1880]

Wright bibliography number 292.



Reel: B-14
[Barclay, George Lippard].

"Little Cuba"; or, Circumstantial evidence.

Philadelphia, Barclay. [c1873]

Wright bibliography number 211.



Reel: B-6
Bardeen, Charles William.

The cloak room thief, and other stories about schools.

Syracuse, N.Y., C.W. Bardeen. 1906

Wright bibliography number 80.



Reel: 9
Bardeen, Charles William.

…Commissioner Hume.

Syracuse, C. W. Bardeen. 1899

Wright bibliography number 293.



Reel: B-14
Bardeen, Charles William.

The false entry: and other stories about schools.

Syracuse, N.Y., C.W. Bardeen. 1905

Wright bibliography number 131.



Reel: 13
Bardeen, Charles William.

Fifty-five years old: and other stories about teachers.

Syracuse, N.Y., C.W. Bardeen. 1904

Wright bibliography number 132.



Reel: 13
Bardeen, Charles William.

John Brody's astral body and other stories about schools.

Syracuse, N.Y., C.W. Bardeen. 1908

Wright bibliography number 81.



Reel: 9
Bardeen, Charles William.

The little old man; or, The school for illiberal mothers.

1893

Wright bibliography number 294.


Bardeen, Charles William.

Roderick Hume.

Syracuse, Davis, Bardeen & Co.; New York, Baker, Pratt & Co. 1878

Wright bibliography number 295.



Reel: B-14
Bardeen, Charles William.

The woman trustee: and other stories about schools.

Syracuse, N.Y., C.W. Bardeen. 1904

Wright bibliography number 133.



Reel: 13
Barker, Benjamin.

The bandit of the ocean; or, The female privateer.

New York, R.M. De Witt. [c1855]

Wright bibliography number 212.



Reel: B-6
Barker, Benjamin.

Blackbeard; or, The pirate of the Roanoke.

Boston, F. Gleason. 1847

Wright bibliography number 260.



Reel: B-2
Barker, Benjamin.

Cecilia; or, The white nun of the wilderness.

Boston, Gleason. 1845

Wright bibliography number 261.



Reel: B-2
Barker, Benjamin.

Clarilda; or, The female pickpocket.

Boston, F. Gleason. 1846

Wright bibliography number 262.



Reel: B-2
Barker, Benjamin.

Coriila; or, The Indian enchantress.

Boston, Flag of Our Union Office. 1847

Wright bibliography number 263.



Reel: B-2
Barker, Benjamin.

The dwarf of the channel. Or, T he commodore's daughter.

Boston, Gleason. 1846

Wright bibliography number 264.



Reel: B-2
Barker, Benjamin.

Ellen Grafton, the lily of Lexington; or, The bride of liberty.

Boston, F. Gleason. 1845

Wright bibliography number 265.



Reel: B-2
Barker, Benjamin.

Emily Elwood; or, The hermit of the crags.

Boston, F. Gleason. 1845

Wright bibliography number 267.



Reel: B-3
Barker, Benjamin.

The female spy; or, The child of the brigade.

Boston, Gleason. 1846

Wright bibliography number 268.



Reel: B-3
Barker, Benjamin.

Francisco, or The pirate of the Pacific.

Boston, Gleason. 1845

Wright bibliography number 269.



Reel: B-3
Barker, Benjamin.

The gold hunters; or, The spectre of the sea king.

Boston, Gleason. 1846

Wright bibliography number 270.



Reel: B-3
Barker, Benjamin.

Heloise; or, The Heroine of Paris.

In M.M. Ballou, Red Rupert.
Barker, Benjamin.

The Indian bucanier or, The trapper's daughter.

Boston, F. Gleason. 1847

Wright bibliography number 271.



Reel: B-3
Barker, Benjamin.

The land pirate; or, The wild girl of the beach.

Boston, F. Gleason. 1847

Wright bibliography number 272.



Reel: B-3
Barker, Benjamin.

Mary Moreland; or, The fortunes and misfortunes of an orphan.

Boston, Gleason. 1845

Wright bibliography number 273.



Reel: B-3
Barker, Benjamin.

Mornilva; or, The outlaw of the forest.

Boston, Gleason. 1846

Wright bibliography number 274.



Reel: B-3
Barker, Benjamin.

The nymph of the ocean; or, The pirate's betrothal.

Boston, United States Pub. Co. 1846

Wright bibliography number 275.



Reel: B-3
Barker, Benjamin.

The pirate queen: or, The magician of the sea.

Boston, Flag of Our Union Office. 1847

Wright bibliography number 277.



Reel: B-3
Barker, Benjamin.

The Sea Serpent: or, The queen of the coral cave.

Boston, F. Gleason. 1847

Wright bibliography number 278.



Reel: B-3
Barker, Benjamin.

The suicide restored; or, Mystery unravelled.

Boston, Gleason. 1846

Wright bibliography number 179.



Reel: B-3
Barker, Benjamin.

The widow's bridal; or, The signal light of the sands.

Boston, Gleason. 1846

Wright bibliography number 280.



Reel: B-3
Barker, Benjamin.

Zoraida; or, The witch of Naumkeag!.

Boston, Gleason. 1845

Wright bibliography number 281; by Egbert Augustus Cowslip, Esq. [pseud.].



Reel: B-3
Barker, Laura (Cooke).

Society silhouettes: collection of short stories.

Cleveland, Helman-Taylor Co. 1898

Wright bibliography number 296.



Reel: B-14
Barker, T.F.

The Cross Road store; or, The evils of a dramshop.

Lexington, E.D. Veach, Printer. 1892

Wright bibliography number 297.


Barksdale, George.

Punch. A novel of Negro life.

New York; Washington, The Neale publishing company. 1904

Wright bibliography number 134; by George Barksdale, M.D.



Reel: 13
Barlow, David Hatch.

The Howards.

Philadelphia, Getz & Buck. 1851

Wright bibliography number 213.



Reel: B-6
Barnaby, Horace Thomas.

The decade. A story of political and municipal corruption.

Grand Rapids, Mich., Wolverine Book Pub. Co. 1908

Wright bibliography number 82.



Reel: 9
Barnaby, Horace Thomas.

The water scandal. A story of political and municipal graft and corruption.

Grand Rapids, Mich., Shaw Pub. Co. [1910]

Wright bibliography number 83; by Horace T. Barnaby, jr.



Reel: 9
Barnard, Annie E.

My first cousin or myself.

New York, Cochrane Pub. Co. 1909

Wright bibliography number 84.



Reel: 9
Barnard, Charles.

Camilla: a tale of a violin. Being the artist life of Camilla Urso.

Boston, Loring. [c1874]

Wright bibliography number 214.



Reel: B-6
Barnard, Charles.

Farming by inches; or, "With brains, Sir.".

Boston, Loring. [c1869]

Wright bibliography number 215.



Reel: B-6
Barnard, Charles.

Gardening for money.

Boston, Loring. [c1869]

Wright bibliography number 216.



Reel: B-6
Barnard, Charles.

Kate.


In [W.J. Johnston] comp., Lightning flashes and electric dashes.
Barnard, Charles.

Knights of to-day; or, Love and science.

New York, C. Scribner's Sons. 1881

Wright bibliography number 298.



Reel: B-14
Barnard, Charles.

Money and music. Being the sequel to "The Soprano.".

[Boston, H.L. Shepard]. [c1874]

Wright bibliography number 217.



Reel: B-6
Barnard, Charles.

My ten-rod farm; or, How I became a florist.

Boston, Loring. 1869

Wright bibliography number 218; by Mrs. Maria Gilman [pseud.].



Reel: B-7
Barnard, Charles.

The Soprano.

Boston, Loring. [c1869]

Wright bibliography number 219; by Jane Kingsford [pseud.].



Reel: B-7
Barnard, Charles.

The strawberry garden.

Boston, Loring. [c1871]

Wright bibliography number 220.



Reel: B-7
Barnard, Charles.

Zegelda Romanief.

Boston, Musical Herald Co. 1880

Wright bibliography number 299.



Reel: B-14
Barnard, Edna A.

…Maple Range.

Chicago, H.A. Summer & Co. 1882

Wright bibliography number 300.



Reel: B-14
[Barnard, J. Howard].

A bright idea and what came of it.

[San Francisco]. [1891]

Wright bibliography number 301.


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